Jailed Palestinian child recalls detention, humiliation

A Palestinian minor has recalled his detention and humiliation by Israeli soldiers during protests against U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

30,000 Iranians sign UN petition seeking inquiry into 1988 massacre

More than 30,000 Iranians of all walks of life have signed a petition addressed to United Nations Secretary General António Guterres calling for an independent investigation into the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners in Iran

Joint Appeal to the UN Security Council to Act on Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis

In advance of the United Nations Security Council’s December 12 meeting on the situation in Myanmar, we, a global coalition of 69 human rights, faith-based and humanitarian organizations, urgently call on the Council to take immediate action

Dozens of Palestinians hurt in clashes with Israel army

Dozens of Palestinians were injured Monday in confrontations with Israeli army troops amid ongoing protests against last week’s decision by the U.S. to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

New York police responding to reports of explosion: police tweet

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Police Department was responding to reports of an explosion of unknown origin on Monday morning in midtown Manhattan

Putin orders start of Russian withdrawal from Syria

President Vladimir Putin on Monday ordered the start of a withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria, according to Russian media

Trump's Jerusalem move protested across Europe

Thousands flocked to the streets across the Europe to denounce the controversial decision by the U.S. administration to recognize Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel

Hundreds in Washington protest US decision on Jerusalem

Hundreds gathered in front of the White House on Friday to protest President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to perform the Islamic Friday congregational prayer

Turkey to build 5,000 more homes for Rohingya

Turkey will build 5,000 more prefabricated homes for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, an increase from the previously promised 20,000 homes, Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag

Intifada: From civil disobedience to armed resistance

stinian Intifada erupted in late 1987 when an Israeli military vehicle struck a car, killing four Palestinian passengers

Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh calls for new Intifada

Hamas on Thursday called for a new Palestinian Intifada in the wake of the U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital

Turkey to host meeting on Jerusalem

urkey will host an extraordinary meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Dec. 13 to discuss the U.S.’s planned recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

Pope urges Trump to respect Jerusalem’s status

Pope Francis has urged U.S. President Donald Trump to respect Jerusalem’s status ahead of his expected announcement to recognize the city as Israel’s capital

Theresa May terror plot foiled

The security services have foiled an alleged plot to assassinate the Prime Minister in Downing Street, it emerged on Tuesday night

Yemen's former leader Ali Abdullah Saleh 'killed'

Reports from Yemen say ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh has been killed in fighting with his former allies

Bosnian Croat war criminal died in hospital after drinking poison in a UN court..Video

A former Bosnian Croat general convicted of war crimes died in hospital after drinking poison in a UN court on Wednesday

Anti-terrorism Muslim alliance meets in Saudi capital

A meeting of the defense ministers of a Saudi-led anti-terrorism alliance of Muslim countries kicked off in Saudi capital Riyadh on Sunday

Syrian warplane strikes orphanage in Eastern Ghouta

A Syrian warplane struck an orphanage in Eastern Ghouta suburb of Damascus on Saturday, according to a spokesman for the Turkish IHH humanitarian agency

Germany calls on Russia to put pressure on Assad regime

Germany has called on Russia to put pressure on the Bashar al-Assad regime to achieve progress on the Syrian peace process

'Butcher of Bosnia' Ratoko Mladic found guilty of genocide

A UN tribunal has convicted former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity for orchestrating massacres and ethnic cleansing during Bosnia's war and sentenced him to life in prison